Word on the street is that MicroUnity and Sony Computer Entertainment America have settled their ongoing patent dispute regarding Sony’s PlayStation products. The two companies have asked for a 30-day stay of all deadlines in the pending litigation in the Eastern District of Texas so they can put the finishing touches on their settlement agreement. MicroUnity first filed the lawsuit against Sony in November 2005, accusing the Japanese company of infringing 10 patents with its Sony Playstation 2, Playstation 3 and Playstation Portable game consoles. The patents cover various semiconductor integrated circuits and system processes that MicroUnity claimed were used to make the various Sony products.

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